About Me/Review Policy

About Me/Review Policy

My name is Andrea, I am an avid reader and love to read just about anything (I always like to try out new genres). I'm in my early twenties and if I could, I would stay at home reading all day long, sadly I need to work.  So, I chose a job that related to books... I am new to the publishing industry (more ways to talk about books). I love to talk about anything that relates to books and this is the best place to start that (I can't spend all day at work talking about my latest read).

I love to get lost in a book and I always want the author to take me on a new adventure. I am always willing to follow and get lost in a new adventure and a new world different from where I am now. 

I don't have a specific focus for my blog, I do not have a specific genre that I focus my attention on. Though I would like to focus on more adult fiction, there will be a lot of YA fiction as well (it's always so intriguing). I would love to get recommendations as well (there are just too many books for me to know what is out there). I do not read erotica, romance or non-fiction books.

When I post a review I include a cover of the book, with a summary of the book (from Goodreads or the back of the book). I will post a link of where to buy the book (will usually be Amazon, but can post links to other sites as well). I will post about three to four paragraphs on what I thought of the book, I do not analyse everything about the book.

If you wish to request to send a review copy please send me a message indicating the title of the book, the genre your book would fall under, and a brief synopsis.I am happy to take in requests by self-published authors as well.

You can contact me via email at am.modolo@gmail.com or by commenting on my blog here. You can also follow me on Twitter (@book_lover1988) or on Goodreads.

Happy Reading!

3 comments:

  1. Hi Andrea :-)
    My name is Tammy Robinson and I am a self-published author from New Zealand. I was wondering if you would please consider reviewing my book, Charlie and Pearl. The genre is Contemporary Romance/Women's/General Fiction. Here is the link to the book on Amazon so you can decide if it's something you'd be interested in. I can email you a PDF copy if you decide to review it.
    Thanks for your time and consideration,
    Tammy

    Link: http://www.amazon.com/Charlie-and-Pearl-ebook/dp/B00B0JOZV0/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top

    Book Description:
    Slightly chubby, acne dotted Charlie lives in a quaint New Zealand coastal town where nothing much ever changes, which is good because he wouldn’t be very happy if it did. He still lives with his mum and works in a bookshop with Pete, an old guy who hides the sugar in the toilet and is often seen running down Main Street with a metal bowl for a helmet on his head, as he thinks the country is at war.

    It may not seem like a terribly exciting life for your average early twenties bloke, but Charlie’s content, until the day Pearl blows into the bay with a secret to forget and an intense desire for solitude. Charlie’s not having any of that though, and sets about to win her heart with a persistence and determination his ex-teachers thought him totally incapable of.

    Will Charlie win his girl?

    Will they get their Disney Happy Ever After?

    Or will Pearl’s secret come back to haunt them and bring tragedy to all.

    Charlie and Pearl is story of unconventional love; of finding that spare part you never knew you were missing, and of what happens when love is simply not enough.

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  2. Hi again, I forgot to leave you my email address! I can be contacted at tammypatriceryan@hotmail.com if you're interested in doing a review. Thanks :-)

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  3. Hello Andrea, Would you be interested in reviewing a spicy romantic suspense, Unholy Alliance. Tirgearr Publishing will release it on March 29th. I have arcs available, mobi, epub, pdf. Sould you request it, I am at kathleenrowland10@gmail.com
    A decade ago, Tori Rourke, and her cousin, Vivienne, ran from the Irish mob after witnessing a brutal murder. Tori was framed by the mob, and while she served time in prison, she worried that the killer, Seamus McGinn, had kidnapped her missing cousin.

    Attorney Grady D. Fletcher, defender of the wrongly condemned, appeals Tori’s case and wins her release. Now, going by Victoria Morningstar, she runs a food truck from a seedy waterfront neighborhood, hoping to find her cousin's kidnapper.

    When Grady agrees to defend a new client, Samuel Peterson, who’s been accused of beating to death the wife of a noted professor, the evidence mounts. The professor is missing, as well as his laptop that contains data dangerous to national security.

    And Seamus McGinn is back, and rumors of a massive annihilation is about to begin. As they race to assist the FBI, the bonds between Grady and Tori are about to be tested. It becomes clear Grady and Tori are falling fast for each other, but what to do about it is a different story. He’s a divorced dad who wants more time with his kid. She brings danger to his front door.

    Grady has questions of his own; Is Vivienne at the center of the mob’s operation? How much will it cost Tori before she learns the truth? All Grady knows is the biggest danger is the one standing right behind you.

    Here is the blurb:

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